Mrs Merryweather's Letter (Tales from Fern Hollow) ペーパーバック – 2019/8/6
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A picture book from the ever-popular Tales from Fern Hollow series of 17 titles, richly illustrated in traditional style, for ages 3-93. Now back in print from the author/illustrator's (John Patience) own imprint, Talewater Press, this new edition, published in 2019, contains the same story and illustrations as the original version.
When Mrs Merryweather posts a letter to Mrs Willowbank and Mr Periwinkle the Fern Hollow postman loses it, who knows where the letter will end up? This story will carry you and the letter all around the animal village.
Mrs. Merryweather, who lived in Poppletown, had just finished writing a long letter to her friend in Fern Hollow. She signed the letter with a flourish of her quill pen.
Your very dear friend,
P.S. The weather here is wonderful – it is raining cats and dogs!
Putting up her umbrella, the happy duck splashed her way along the street to the postbox. The raindrops made little bubbles in the puddles and the oil from the traffic made rainbow patterns in the streams which ran down the gutters. Mrs. Merryweather began to sing:
“Quack, quack the rain pours down
This is the weather for me.
Let it patter and pour
And drizzle galore,
And a happy duck I shall be.”
“Off you go,” she said, popping the letter into the box, and she waddled back home again.
The charming Fern Hollow animal stories have remained popular since they were first published in 1980.